Heartbleed vulnerability may have been exploited months before patch
Exploit doesn't (necessarily) leak private key, but passwords might be exposed.
The XPocalypse is upon us: Windows XP support has ended
Without patches, it's inevitable that systems are going to get pwned.
It's Official: OneNote is Now Free for Everyone | Office 2013 content fr...
The rumors are true: Microsoft confirmed today that it is making a version of OneNote available for free on every major desktop and mobile c
In sudden announcement, US to give up control of DNS root zone
Signs point to fallout from NSA spying that lead to "multi-stakeholder" model.
Windows 8.1 Update 1: More interface concessions that still won’t make p...
The leaked update from Microsoft revealed a mix of good and bad changes.
“Bank” that claimed to solve Bitcoin’s security problem robbed, shuts down
Flexcoin said it solved "nearly all" of Bitcoin's problems, then it lost $600,000.
Google Developing Internet That's Over 1,000 Times Faster Than Yours | W...
Google is already exploring the next thing: 10 gigabit per second connections, connections that are over 1,000 times faster than the average
What's My IP Address? Networking Tools & More
Your IP Address plus Port Scanners, Traceroute, HTTP Compression Test, Ping, Whois, DNS, IP Geo Location, Password Generator and many more t
The History of Education - The Story of Career Colleges - The Career Col...
Where were the first schools, and for what reasons did they emerge? Who were the first teachers, and what was their pedagogy? When and where
Ready to cast: Chromecast now open to developers with the Google Cast SDK
By John Affaki, Engineering Manager Back in July we announced the developer preview of the Google Cast Software Development Kit (SDK), the u
Education Opens The Door To Your Future - The Career College Blog
In pursuing my education there have been ups and downs like any student experience is. Taking 15 years to complete my undergraduate, the sch